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  • 1. Approved for Public Release: 12-MDA-6517 (11 January 12) AEGIS BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE Aegis BMD Overview for the Military Affairs Council CAPT Brian Shipman, USN Chief of Staff, Aegis BMD 23 January 2012DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT A:Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited.
  • 2. Approved for Public Release: 12-MDA-6517 (11 January 12) Aegis BMD’s Role in the BMDS Aegis BMDAscent/Midcourse Engagement Short Range Terminal Defense Capability Capability Defeats Short, Defeats Shorter RangeMedium & Intermediate Range Ballistic Missiles Ballistic Missiles Medium Range Intermediate Range Future Adding Early Intercept Long Range Surveillance & Capability Track Function Detects and Anti-ICBM w/SM-3 Blk IIB Tracks in Early Ascent Phase (Aegis Ashore) Providing Forward Based BMDS Sensor Support Proven Against Single Salvo, Dual Salvo & Separating Targets Aegis BMD Overview_Military Affairs Council_CAPT Shipman 23 Jan 12 Slide 2
  • 3. Approved for Public Release: 12-MDA-6517 (11 January 12) Aegis BMD Program Aegis BMD Autonomous (2004) SM-3 Launch on Remote (Ship to Ship) 2006 Launch on Remote (BMD Sensors) 2008 Engage on Remote Link 16 Open AN/SPY-1D(V) (4 Array Faces) Architecture 2012 Aegis Ballistic Missile Defense Signal Processor (BSP)Aegis Ashore Deckhouse Upgrade 2012 AegisWeapon Blk I / IA / IB Blk IIA Blk IIBSystem 2004/2006/2013 2018 2020 VLS 3 modules;   8 cells each Sea-Based Aegis Ashore 2015 TerminalHawaii Test Site 2013 Radar System AN/SPY-1 SM-2 SM-6 SM-6 Blk IV Missile Missile 2008 2015 2018 Vertical SM-3 Blk IIB Near Incr 1 Incr 2 Launching VLS Concept Term System Mark 41  Aegis BMD Overview_Military Affairs Council_CAPT Shipman 23 Jan 12 Slide 3
  • 4. Approved for Public Release: 12-MDA-6517 (11 January 12) U.S. Phased Adaptive Approach Contributes To NATO Missile Defense Aegis BMDPhase 1 (By 2011) Phase 2 (By 2015) Phase 3 (By 2018) Phase 4 (By 2020) Initial capability against Robust capability against Early intercept capability against Robust capability against SRBMs, MRBMs, and IRBMs, SRBMs and MRBMs MRBMs and IRBMs; and ICBMs IRBMs enhanced homeland defense from today’s regional threats Aegis Ashore 5.0 with SM-3 IB Aegis BMD 5.1 Aegis Ashore 5.1 Aegis BMD 5.1 Aegis Ashore 5.1 (one site) with SM-3 IIA with SM-3 IIA with SM-3 IB/IIA with SM-3 IIB (two sites) (two sites) Aegis BMD 3.6.1 with SM-3 IA AN/TPY-2 (FBM) Aegis BMD 4.0.1/5.0 AN/TPY-2 (FBM) AN/TPY-2 (FBM) with SM-3 IB C2BMC Updates Enhanced C2BMC ALTBMD Upper Tier Potential EPAA Potential EPAA AN/TPY-2 (FBM) Enhancements Enhancements C2BMC Updates ALTBMD Lower Tier THAAD THAAD Potential EPAA Enhancements C2BMC AOC Ramstein ALTBMD Interim Capability PTSS ABIR THAAD PTSS ABIR Aegis BMD Overview_Military Affairs Council_CAPT Shipman 23 Jan 12 Slide 4
  • 5. Approved for Public Release: 12-MDA-6517 (11 January 12) Aegis BMD Fleet Today (January 2012) Aegis BMD SM-3 Blk I Deliveries FM-7 SM-2 Blk IV Deliveries (75) Norfolk BMD ShipsCY04 XXXXX FM-8 PB 08 CY05 XXXXXX FTM-14 (2) XXX VELLA GULF *BARRY (FY11) Stellar Daggers SM-3 Blk IA Deliveries MONTEREY MAHAN (FY12) RAMAGE ROSS (FY12)CY06 X FTM-10 STOUT ARLEIGH BURKE (FY12) FTM-11 FTM-13 (2) COLE DONALD COOK (FY12)CY07 XXXXXX FTM-11a Burnt FTM-12 Frost *LABOONCY08 Mayport Based BMD Ship SDGO BMD Ships DECATUR THE SULLIVANS X FTM-17CY09 BENFOLD CARNEY (FY12) MILIUS HIGGINS Key JOHN PAUL JONES DeliveredCY10 Procured PHBR BMD Ships X FTM-15 LAKE ERIE (4.0.1 EDM)CY11 Japan Maritime Self YOKO BMD Ships PORT ROYAL Defense Force SHILOH KONGO STETHEM RUSSELL SM-3 Blk IB Deliveries CHOKAI CURTIS WILBUR O’KANE FTM-16 E2 MYOKO JOHN S. MCCAIN PAUL HAMILTONCY11 X (Pathfinder Round) KIRISHIMA FITZGERALD HOPPER AB201109CC003 * Not Yet Certified Aegis BMD Overview_Military Affairs Council_CAPT Shipman 23 Jan 12 Slide 5
  • 6. Approved for Public Release: 12-MDA-6517 (11 January 12) Aegis BMD Firing Operations Aegis BMD Foreign Military Sales Terminal Defense 17 Dec 07 19 Nov 08 27 Oct 09 28 Oct 2010 5 June 08 26 Mar 09 JFTM 1 JFTM 2 JFTM 3 JFTM 4 FTM 14 Stellar Daggers 1 Sept 11 FTM 16 15 Apr 11 FTM 15 30 Jul 09 • First Japanese • Engage Separating • Final JFTM FTM 17• First Firing No-Notice Launch Warhead with engagement of a • Engage SRBM w/ • Simultaneous from Japanese 1 Nov 08 • Separating Target SM-3 Blk IA separating warhead SM-2 Blk IV BMD/ AAW Destroyer with SM-3 Blk IA Engagement PACBLITZ 08 • SM-3 BLK IB • Aegis 4.0.1 20 Feb 08 Satellite • First IRBM Homeland Defense Intercept GT-180 6 Nov 07 Intercept Glory Boost IFT-9/10 PAC EX I, II, III, & IV FTM 13 22 Jun 07 FTM 12 • First Fleet 26 Apr 07 SM-3 Firing FTM 11 Event 4 First ICBM Tracking: 19 Sep 02 7 Dec 06 • First Launch on FTM 11 Remote Operation 22 Jun 06 • Engage Dual FTM 10 SRBMs 17 Nov 05 FTM 04-2(FM-8) 24 Feb 05 • Simultaneous BMD/AAW Engagements FTM 04-1(FM-7) • Auto-BMD 11 Dec 03 • Pulse DACS FM-6 17 Jun 03 • SM-3 BLK IA FM-5 • Aegis 3.6 COMOPTEVFOR Final Report: • First Coalition Test 21 Nov 02 • Separating Warhead “The Aegis BMD System is Operationally FM-4 13 Jun 02 • No Notice Effective and Operationally Suitable” FM-3 Firing 25 Jan 02 • Aim Point Adjust FM-2 • Ascent Phase Aegis BMD Firings Successes Intercept 19 for 23 SM-3 3 for 3 SM-2 • First Intercept Aegis BMD Overview_Military Affairs Council_CAPT Shipman 23 Jan 12 Slide 6
  • 7. Approved for Public Release: 12-MDA-6517 (11 January 12) FTM-15 Mission Scenario and Objectives Aegis BMD MDA_AB_I_2011_010_4_April Not to Scale LIT Kauai Firing Ship TPY-2LV-2 launched fromMeck Island SECONDARY 1) Assess the capability of Aegis BMD to Conduct War Cruise As a Ballistic Missile Killer PRIMARY 2) Demonstrate the ability of the LINK-16 participants to With Remote Engagements Authorized, Lethally monitor, report, and exchange track and status Intercept an IRBM Target with an SM-3 Blk IA information via Multi-cast Missile with the AN/TPY-2 (FBM) Sensor TADIL-J (MTJ) or S-TADIL-J Providing Uprange Track Data Processed and 3) Exercise STSS/ESL/XLAB functionality to produce Forwarded by C2BMC BMD fire control quality track RTS (Marshall Islands) Aegis BMD Overview_Military Affairs Council_CAPT Shipman 23 Jan 12 Slide 7
  • 8. Approved for Public Release: 12-MDA-6517 (11 January 12) Aegis BMD 3.6.1, SM-2 Block IV & SM-3 Block IA Currently Fielded Weapon System Aegis BMDAegis BMD 3.6.1 Computer Program SM-2 Block IV Missile: SM-3 Block IA Missile:and Equipment System: Approach: Modify Existing Approach: Add 3rd Stage & KillApproach: Modify Existing Ship Systems SM-2 Block IV Missiles Vehicle to Existing SM-2 Blk IV Booster StackThreats: Short to Intermediate Range Battle Space: In the Atmosphere Ballistic Missiles Battle Space: Above the Atmosphere Threats: Short Range Initial Launch on Remote Ballistic Missiles Threats: Short to Intermediate Range Ballistic MissilesOperational: - Retain Multi Mission Quantity: 72 (as of 2 January 2012) Capability Quantity: 81 (as of 2 January 2012) Provider: Raytheon, Arizona & - Near Term Sea Based Terminal Navy Field Activities/Labs Provider: Raytheon, Arizona & Navy Field Activities/LabsQuantity: 23 (as of 2 January 2012)Provider: Lockheed Martin, NJ & Navy Field Activities/Labs Organic Initial Launch on SM-3 Blk IA Remote SM-2 Blk IV Aegis BMD Overview_Military Affairs Council_CAPT Shipman 23 Jan 12 Slide 8
  • 9. Approved for Public Release: 12-MDA-6517 (11 January 12) PAA Deployment USS MONTEREY Deploys to Mediterranean Sea Aegis BMD• First PAA Phase I Deployment - Arrived on station 5 April 2011; assigned Ballistic Missile Defense as Primary Mission - Seven Month Deployment - Port Visit in Constanta, Romania 06-09 June 2011• MONTEREY has updated and refined PAA related tactics, techniques and procedures • USS MONTEREY has: - Hosted a Reception and Ship Tours with Teodor Baconschi, Minister of Foreign Affairs; Mircea Geoana, President of the Senate - Participated in Cultural Exchange and Community Relations Activities in the Constanta Area “This is Monterey’s Most Important Port Visit on this Deployment” ~ Commanding Officer, USS MONTEREY Aegis BMD Overview_Military Affairs Council_CAPT Shipman 23 Jan 12 Slide 9
  • 10. Approved for Public Release: 12-MDA-6517 (11 January 12) Aegis BMD 4.0.1 & SM-3 Block IB 2nd Generation Weapons System Aegis BMD *Aegis BMD 4.0.1 Computer Program and Equipment System: SM-3 Block IB Missile:Approach: Improve Shipboard Signal & Data Processing Approach: Improve SM-3 Kill Vehicle Seeker & EngineThreats: More Sophisticated Short to Intermediate Range Ballistic Missiles Battle Space: Above the Atmosphere Threats: More Sophisticated Short to Launch on Remote Intermediate Range Ballistic MissilesOperational: - Increased Raid Density Cost: $12-$15M (est.) - Flexible Firing Doctrine Quantity: >300 Planned, Test Rounds Being FabricatedCost: $45-$55M Provider: Raytheon, Arizona & Navy FieldQuantity: 1 Test Ship Activities/LabsProvider: Lockheed Martin, NJ & Navy Field Activities/Labs Status: First Flight CY2011Status: Initial At-Sea Testing Underway, Available Late CY2011 IOC 2013*Can Also Fire SM-3 Blk IA Organic & Cued Launch on Remote Aegis BMD Overview_Military Affairs Council_CAPT Shipman 23 Jan 12 Slide 10
  • 11. Approved for Public Release: 12-MDA-6517 (11 January 12) Aegis BMD SM-3 Missile Profile Aegis BMDSM-3 Blk IA Missile Staging Assembly SCS MK 72 MK136 MK 104 Guidance TSRM Booster DTRM Nosecone Section Control Surfaces Kinetic Dorsal Harness Warhead Strake Harness & Covers & FinsSM-3 Blk IB Missile Staging MK 136 Assembly MK 72 Guidance MK 104 SCS Section TSRM Booster Nosecone DTRM Kinetic Warhead Strake Control Surfaces Dorsal Harness Harness & Covers & FinsTSRM – Third Stage Rocket Motor Common with SM-3 Block IADTRM – Dual Thrust Rocket Motor Changed for SM-3 Block IBSCS – Steering/Control Section Aegis BMD Overview_Military Affairs Council_CAPT Shipman 23 Jan 12 Slide 11
  • 12. Approved for Public Release: 12-MDA-6517 (11 January 12) Aegis BMD 5.0 & SM-3 Block IB Aegis BMD*  Aegis BMD 5.0 Computer Program and Equipment System: SM-3 Block IB Missile:Approach: Integration of BMD 4.0.1 Capability into Aegis Approach: Improve SM-3 Kill Vehicle Seeker Modernization/Baseline 9 & EngineThreats: More Sophisticated Short to Battle Space: Above the Atmosphere Intermediate Range Ballistic Missiles Threats: More Sophisticated Short to Launch on Remote Intermediate Range Ballistic MissilesOperational: - Increased Raid Density Cost: $12-$15M (est.) - Flexible Firing Doctrine Quantity: >300 Planned, Test Rounds Being FabricatedCost: $10M for Ship Integration of BMD 5.0 as part of Baseline 9 (Material; Procurement of ORDALTS; Installation) Provider: Raytheon, Arizona & Navy Field Activities/LabsProvider: Lockheed Martin, NJ & Navy Field Activities/Labs Status: First Flight CY2011Status: Under Development as Part of Baseline 9, Available 2014 IOC 2013* Can Also Fire SM-3 Blk IA BMD Module in Navy’s Baseline 9 Organic & Cued Launch on Remote AB201111CC005 Aegis BMD Overview_Military Affairs Council_CAPT Shipman 23 Jan 12 Slide 12
  • 13. Approved for Public Release: 12-MDA-6517 (11 January 12) Aegis BMD 5.0 CU, SM-3 Block IB & SM-6 Aegis BMD• Aegis BMD 5.0 CU Development Strategy SM-3 Block IB Missile: SM-6 Missile (Modified): – Aegis Baseline 9 is foundation for Aegis BMD 5.0 Approach: Improve SM-3 Kill Vehicle Approach: Modify Existing Capability Upgrades Seeker & Engine SM-6 Missiles – Integrates into the Baseline 9 Common Source Battle Space: Above the Atmosphere Battle Space: In the Atmosphere Library Threats: More Sophisticated Short Threats: Short and Medium Range• Aegis BMD 5.0 CU Capabilities to Intermediate Range Ballistic Missiles Ballistic Missiles – Incorporate Endo Organic Engagement Cost: $12-$15M (est.) Quantity: TBD – Expand/Update Baseline 9 MRBM and IRBM threat set Quantity: >300 Planned, Test Rounds Provider: Raytheon, Arizona & Being Fabricated Navy Field Activities/Labs – Increase SM-3 engagement capacity and Max SM-3 Missiles in Fight Provider: Raytheon, Arizona & Status: IOC FY15 Navy Field Activities/Labs – Sea-Based Terminal Increment 1 with SM-2 Block IV and SM-6 Status: First Flight CY2011 IOC 2013 Organic & Cued Launch on Remote SBT Incr 1 AB201111CC006 Aegis BMD Overview_Military Affairs Council_CAPT Shipman 23 Jan 12 Slide 13
  • 14. Approved for Public Release: 12-MDA-6517 (11 January 12) Aegis BMD Transition From Sea To Ashore Aegis BMD Aegis Ashore Conceptual View VLSU.S. Navy Destroyer (DDG 113) SPY Radar and FCS CSMC CIC 03 Level VLS 02 Level Processors Power Supplies 01 Level Cooling Skids Acronyms FCS Fire Control System Main Level CSMC Combat System Maintenance Central CIC Combat Information Center VLS Vertical Launch System AB201110CC009 Aegis BMD Overview_Military Affairs Council_CAPT Shipman 23 Jan 12 Slide 14
  • 15. Approved for Public Release: 12-MDA-6517 (11 January 12) Aegis Ashore Missile Defense Site Aegis BMD Aegis Ashore Conceptual Drawing Predecisional Deckhouse and Radar Launchers Billets, Dining Romanian Base Facility Aegis Ashore US FacilityProposed Laydown at Aegis Ashore Magazine Romanian Site Missile Defense Complex Notional Predecisional Aegis BMD Overview_Military Affairs Council_CAPT Shipman 23 Jan 12 Slide 15
  • 16. Approved for Public Release: 12-MDA-6517 (11 January 12) Aegis BMD 5.1, SM-3 Block IIA & SM-6 3rd Generation Weapons System Aegis BMDAegis BMD 5.1 Computer Program and SM-3 Block IIA Missile: SM-6 Missile (Modified):Equipment System: Approach: Increased Reach & Velocity Biggest Approach: Modify ExistingApproach: Modify Existing Systems to Fly SM-3 Blk IIA Missile Compatible w/Mk41 VLS SM-6 Missiles & Use Off Board Sensors for Engagement Battle Space: Above the Atmosphere Battle Space: In the AtmosphereThreats: More Sophisticated Short to Intermediate Threats: More Sophisticated Short to Some Range Ballistic Missiles Threats: Short and Medium Range Intermediate Range Ballistic Missiles Ballistic Missiles Engage on Remote Cost: ~$20M-$24M Quantity: TBDOperational: Flexible Firing Doctrine Quantity: TBD Provider: Raytheon, Arizona &Cost: $23M Navy Field Activities/Labs Provider: Joint U.S. & JapanQuantity: TBD Status: Development, 1st Flight Late 2016 Status: IOC FY18Provider: Lockheed Martin, NJ & Navy Field Activities/LabsStatus: Development, IOC 2018 Organic Launch on SM-3 Blk IIA Remote Engage on Remote SBT Incr 2 Aegis BMD Overview_Military Affairs Council_CAPT Shipman 23 Jan 12 Slide 16
  • 17. Approved for Public Release: 12-MDA-6517 (11 January 12) Aegis BMD . . . Aegis BMD We Deliver Computer Program Development InstallationMissile Development Firing Ground Testing Enabling Capabilities, Providing Options for U.S. and Allies Aegis BMD Overview_Military Affairs Council_CAPT Shipman 23 Jan 12 Slide 17